Open Call for Residency at Stryx, Birmingham

Website: http://stryx.co.uk/SOUPV-OPEN-CALL

Stryx’s residency programme, SOUP, awards artists in the UK the opportunity to work for 2 months (June – August 2018) in Digbeth, Birmingham.  Selected artists will receive: 24/7 access to large, shared studio space; 2 video work / darkrooms; mentoring (curatorial and artistic based); workshops; and a grant (following a successful funding bid).  The SOUP residency is intended for artists who would benefit from creating work amongst other artists of varying disciplines and specialisms. Practices could include visual artists, live artists, sound artists, musicians, theatre producers, moving image makers, dancers and so on.

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Expires: February 14, 2018


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